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with only 10,000 miles on a '96 ss should the rotors be turned with new pad replacement and should the brake fluid be replaced at this time aslo assuming the fluid is 9 years old. thanks
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Given the down time I'd look to see if the pads have adhered to the rotors via rust. If so then I'd say yes. However there's no reason to take them off and do so until after you try it out and see if they pulsate.

Flushing fluids would certainly be a wise idea especially if the car has been in a humid area. Again however there's little reason to prevent you from driving it at this time and doing it with the rotor service. Operational life and boiling points are probably lower than what they could be given the fluid age so a flush in the near future would be wise.
 
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